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The Source of Atonement
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Propitiation in the Bible: 1 John 2:2
Propitiation is the process whereby somebody's anger is appeased. Jesus' atoning sacrifice on the cross serves this function, appeasing God's just wrath against our sin and allowing us to have a relationship with Him.

Atonement in the Bible: Romans 3:25-26
Central to Christian belief is the understand of Jesus' sacrifice as an atonement for our sins. Through his death, Jesus paid the price for our sins so that we can be restored to a relationship with God.

Day of atonement - a Christian perspective
The Day of Atonement was a special day set aside during which the Israelites would offer sacrifices and refrain from their usual workday routine, while they focused on worship.

Purge in the Bible - a Christian perspective
In the Old Testament, the blood of animal sacrifices was used to purge God's people of sin. The sacrifice of Jesus Christ is infinitely more effective at cleansing us of sin.

Blood in the Bible: Hebrews 9:11-28
Blood and sacrifice are important themes in the Bible, and in this passage we see how Jesus' own death and resurrection fit into the scheme of sacrifice and forgiveness. It explains how Jesus' ministry parallels the Old Testament system of priests, sacrifices, and atonement.

Romans 4:1-25 - Into Thy Word Ministries
The Jewish Christians were teaching the Gentile converts they had to be circumcised and follow the law. Paul addressed them by showing in the OT the...

Ron Hutchcraft Ministries - No Postponements, No Cancellations - #3869
In our word for today from the Word of God, God announces an appointment I have - and you have. Hebrews 9:27, "Man is destined to die once, and after that to face judgment." God makes it very clear: we have an appointment with our Creator--or, as the old-timers used to say, to "meet our Maker."

Bible Concordance :: Atonement
A payment or offering to remove or forgive sins. In the Old Testament, the people of Israel sacrificed animals to show that atonement must be made for the sins of the people.

C.H. Spurgeon : A Completed Sacrifice
If a bullock could be accepted for him to make atonement for him, how much more shall the Lord Jesus be our full and all-sufficient propitiation? Some quarrel with the great truth of substitution; but as for us, it is our hope, our joy, our boast, our all. Jesus is accepted for us to make...